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    Bluetooth
    Connect and play with Bluetooth.
    Bluetooth speakers let you easily pair up and play audio from Bluetooth compatible devices—like smartphones, tablets and Bluetooth-enabled record players.

    Urbanears speakers are Bluetooth compatible. But they’re not only Bluetooth speakers or so-called “iPhone speakers,” they also offer other ways to connect to your music, including Wi-Fi and AUX. Giving you and your house guests a lot of great options to choose from.


    How to pair your speaker with Bluetooth

    Paring your Urbanears Speaker with Bluetooth is easy. Simply turn the source knob to the Bluetooth icon and push and hold for three seconds until it blinks blue. Then select your speaker in your device’s Bluetooth menu to complete pairing.

    Once your Urbanears Speaker has been paired with a Bluetooth device, the pairing is saved and you can reconnect at any time. Your speaker can save up to eight device pairings.


    How to play via Bluetooth in Multi Mode

    Did you know you can combine two or more Urbanears speakers to create your own multiroom audio system? Once you connect a Bluetooth source to one speaker, you can play it on all the speakers in the Multi Mode group. Here’s how:
    1. Set all the speakers you want to group to Multi Mode by pressing the volume knob.

    2. Turn the source knob of one speaker to the Bluetooth icon and push to activate.

    3. Connect your phone or other compatible device to this speaker via Bluetooth and play.

    Meet the
    magnificent three.
    Baggen, Stammen and Lotsen share the same set of skills, but perform best in different kinds of spaces. Lotsen thrives on a side table or countertop, Stammen fills small to mid-sized areas, and Baggen entertains the largest of rooms.